LEADERSHIP: A febrile convulsion is a seizure or fit caused by a fever, usually in children aged six months to six years. A child having a febrile convulsion might stiffen, jerk arms or legs and fall unconscious. Their eyes may roll back in their head. Most febrile convulsions aren't serious, but parents should see their GP The post Convulsion In Children appeared first on Leadership Newspaper and Nigeria News. Click here to read full news..